Photography has the power to transform the most familiar buildings into new and original spaces. We take thousands of pictures nowadays, but which are the ones which really stick with us? Sto Werkstatt in Clerkenwell, London celebrates architectural photography through the exhibition called "Building Images", starting on January 16.
Photo credits: Interiors, Heydar Aliyev Center by Zaha Hadid, Picture by Hufton + Crow Photography
The exhibition features the photographic works by 14 top-notch photographers from The Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2014.
'Building Images' is divided into four categories that explore different architectural qualities and a diverse technical approach and methodology. The categories Building in use, Exteriors, Interiors and Sense of place demonstrate a broad range of photographic styles and approaches to the medium as well as featuring a diverse set of outstanding architectural forms.
Photo credits: Exteriors category, The Ivar Aasen Centre, Photograph by David Borland
Photo credits: Sense of Place category, Mondang (Extremely Small House), Photograph by Iñigo Bujedo Aguirre
The exhibition, open till 26 February, will be accompanied by a series of talks and seminars, where the public will have the opportunity to further explore the medium of photography as well as talk with leading people in the field of architecture, photography and media.
Photo credits: Buildings in Use, Offices of Havas Worldwide, Photograph by James Leynse